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@import is not good solution AFAIK it takes a bit more time to download @import link and then process it, so you gonna have a little bit of network bottleneck. I'd go with default style.css file where you have all wordpress required meta data and then renamed diginomics.com/css/style.css to gobal.css and linked it with absolute link. Such semantic naming is ...


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If you're using an absolute reference like that, you'd want to include the full file path, like http://diginomics.com/wp-content/themes/THEMENAME/css/style.css I believe any time you call the functions like get_stylesheet_directory() or get_stylesheet_directory_uri() it will return the path for the current theme. Just keep in mind that all themes need a ...


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I wrote an article a while ago on how to do this using Bit.ly and a custom url. http://craigmdennis.com/articles/set-up-a-custom-short-url-with-wordpress Buy a short URL Sign up for bit.ly Add an A Record to point to bit.ly and verify it Download & install bit.ly Service WordPress plugin Use <?php echo wp_get_shortlink(); ?> in your theme As ...


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Here's a possibly simple solution, using an ancillary table, and user-defined short slugs: create a post_meta "short_slug" when creating a post, the link-name from your example on save_post, if (meta_key='short_slug' and is_a_valid(meta_value)) wpdb->insert into short_slugs_table slug,permalink , your index.php on your mgscr.com could then ...


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The UCC SSL Certificate is used to secure multiple domains like www.example.com, www. example.net, www.example.co.uk etc. and if you want to secure your subdomains like shop.example.com, distributors.example.com and careers.example.com then you should try Unified Communication Wildcard Certificate instead of UCC SSL Certificate because it protects both ...


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The online resources I've read suggest this will allow me to use different plugins and themes on the two sites whilst allowing a search from either site to bring up results from both sites. Is this correct? Yes, is correct. In multisite environment you can install different plugins/themes for different sites. Once the database is the same, you ...


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It sounds like it's not possible with stock WordPress Multisite to have a subdomain network from a WordPress-in-a-subdirectory installation: WordPress must run from the root of your webfolder (i.e. public_html) for subdomains to work correctly. They will not work from within a subdirectory. -- Before You Create a Network



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